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Charles M. Zeigler opened his office of land surveying and engineering. He was the son of C. A. and Minnie Zeigler, and was educated by UGA and Tech. He did a complete survey for the City of Soperton, locating a bronze marker at the center of town, now under asphalt and concrete. Anybody with a metal detector want to help find it?
Soperton had its first dentist in many years when the Joe Glawson family arrived from a practice near Atlanta. They chose Soperton from a list of towns needing a dentist. He was from Donalsonville and she from Athens. Their boys would be about 35 and 40 now. He worked out of the Main Street office for several years while the Pournelles were in school.
Sharmrock Photo, Ltd. of Dublin sold Kodak Instamatics as low as $18.95.
4-H initiation was combined with Halloween.
Attending the National FFA Convention were Chuck Ellington, Brantley Ricks, and Kenneth Moseley.
Good heavy bulls brought $21-$26 at Jepeway-Craig Commission Co.
William A. Ricks
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